PUBLIKASI KK-ILMU KEMANUSIAAN : NATIONAL LEADERSHIP: A MODEL OF CYBER CONFLICT RESOLUTION

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NATIONAL LEADERSHIP:A MODEL OF CYBERCONFLICT RESOLUTION
Ade Engkus Kusnadi, Agus Syihabudin, Prima Roza, Yedi Purwanto

ABSTRACT:

The development of information and communication technology has led to a new order of the society, including the emergence of social problems. One of the problems that has arisen from the use of information and communication technology tools is potential conflicts in the virtual world or cyberconflict. Indications of this are are evident with the spread of slanted or fake new, hoaxes, and other form of violations of law or other normative rules in the cyberspace. As a preventative and curative measure, the government has actually issued legal products in the form of Law. RI. No. 11 Year 2008 About Information and Electronic Transactions (ITE). The effectiveness of the
implementation of this Law needs to be supported by all communities and elements of government so that the democratization process can run normatively. Thus, the role of an effective national leadership is expected to be able to minimize the potential occurrence and impact of cyberconflict. The theme of this research is the issue of conflict in the Indonesian cyber world seen from the study of democratization, ethics of communication, and effectiveness of national leadership. The results of this study are expected to develop a model of conflict resolution in the form of national leadership that can realize impose and cultivate the culture of ethical and normative communication in the virtual world hence democratization can be realized. The purpose of this study is to identify conflicts in the Indonesian cyber worldand create a resolution model that can reduce and solve the problems faced by the Indonesian societya as Internet users and therefore they can get advantage from the rapid development of the information and communication technology.

Keywords: Cyberconflict, Conflict Resolution, National Leadership, EthicalCommunication, Democratization.

 

 

 

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